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Logitech Gamepad F310

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  • Broad game support?works with popular new titles and old favorites
  • Customizable with Profiler software* (*requires software installation)
  • 10 programmable buttons, 8-way programmable D-pad
  • Simple plug-and-play USB connection ? works with Windows XP, Vista and 7
  • Customizable with Profiler software (requires software installation)
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6.8 x 2.9 x 8.1 inches ; 9.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B003VAHYQY
  • Item model number: 940-000110
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (785 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 9, 2010

Product Description

Product Description

Console-style control for your PC games - Experience the console-style gaming you crave on your PC with the Gamepad F310. Easy to use with its familiar shape and layout, it supports new games and old favorites. Programmable controls allow for a more custom experience, while its floating D-pad enables quick response. Just plug it in and get ready to play the way you like: to win.

From the Manufacturer

Bring console gaming to your pc with the logitech gamepad f310. broad game support for any pc game, customizable controls and a familiar layout.

Customer Reviews

The controllers has good construction and feels very good in my hands.
D. Goldberg
This is a great controller because it allows you to switch the modes on it for DInput and XInput so it works for more games than most controllers.
RJ
The only issue I have with it is that the triggers feel a little far from where I rest my hands.
morgan koukopoulos

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171 of 174 people found the following review helpful By Exceed88 on November 12, 2011
-Nov 2012 update below-
EDIT: I have now acquired a F710 and will also do a brief review on that which will add on to this a bit further in the future.

I mean that title in a good way really. The Logitech F310 is actually a pretty nifty controller at a price of $25 or less. The best way to sum it up is an Xbox 360 controller meets a PS3 controller and yeah... things happen. You have the familiar shape and layout of the PS controllers with the exact face buttons of the 360 controller. Also, the little Logitech logo is actually a home button reminiscent of the 360 controller's.

The F310 (and 510 and 710) literally function like a 360 controller in games that accept 360 controllers (which are many these days.) If you play a game that accepts 360 controller layouts they are immediately adapted to the F controller series. But what about games that don't want to recognize 360 controllers you might wonder. The brilliant thing about this controller is that it can use X-input (the 360's interface) or direct input (the input of standard PC controllers and even the PS3!), this is adjusted by a slider on the back. X-input is standard for modern games but if you need customization then direct input (particularly for older games) helps in some cases. The F controllers come with a software that allows you to create and use profiles to map button layouts to do other things (similar to Logitech's gameboards like the G13) which can come in handy if you choose to learn the software.

It's worth noting that if you wanted to you could also use this controller on your 360 or PS3, not just your PC.
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108 of 115 people found the following review helpful By HikoTanzaki on November 8, 2010
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I was looking to grab a second controller for my computer, as I had just ordered my dream laptop. I'm a pretty big fan of Logitech's gamepads, so I looked into that before anything else.

I have a Dual Action from them at the moment, and I really enjoy it, the only problem being that the analogs are surrounded by a square instead of a circular shape, making going completely straight take a bit more effort. I saw the F310, and noticed it was essentially the same, with circular surroundings for the analogs. So, I decided to take it for a spin.

I received the product, and ripped open the box, and after noticing the switch on the back (I'd forgotten about 'game' modes while waiting on the product to ship), I read through the directions. I apparently, it seems to be that 'Xinput' mode is useless on XP. In fact, the controller is essentially not recognized in Xinput mode at all. Took me about an hour to actually realize that was the problem, and thought it was just a faulty driver issue.

After that however, I tried out a few games I've got on my computer, seeing as I'm waiting on the laptop, and: It works great.

It's extremely responsive aside from 2 buttons. I've had no issues doing combos or whatnot in any of the fighting games I regularly play. My only gripe is that the L2/R2 Buttons are actually triggers. Well, not that they are triggers, but rather, triggers that require a bit more effort to push. Other than that, it's a great product, with a good, simple design, a nice, responsive d-pad and face buttons, but a little bit more info should be put into that instruction manual about Xinput/Direct Input Modes.

Overall, a great buy, and I really suggest reading this before purchasing just so you aren't wasting time trying to get it to work.
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167 of 212 people found the following review helpful By S0MNty on July 29, 2011
What initially sold me on purchasing this controller was the fact that all games that have Xbox 360 controller support will also support this gamepad out of the box. However once I received it I discovered a whole host of problems. Read on below

The good:

- XInput compatible (plug it in and functions as an Xbox360 controller)
- Action buttons
- D-Pad that is actually better than the god awful 360 d-pad.
- Start, Select, home, & Mode Button (which allows you to swap the d-pad and left analog stick)
- PS3 layout (which I personally prefer over the 360 layout)

The average:
- The feel of this gamepad is less comfortable than the one it emulates: The PS3 gamepad.
But even with that said the overall feel of the controller is comfortable enough, and I can
reach all the buttons fine without problems.

The Bad:

- Analog stick deadzones have an absolutely enormous deadzone (20-25% of entire sticks movement) making aiming in games and precision steering almost impossible. It feels like its somewhere in between an analog and d-pad.
- Analog triggers also have a large deadzone, but it doesn't cripple gameplay as much as the analog stick deadzones. The triggers also function on a single axis instead of two, which might hinder some players. Also bit stiff and clunky feeling but not something that bothers me much; might bother others more.
- Shoulder bumpers will disengage if you aren't holding them down hard enough, even after you've clicked them in. The bumpers will engage fine if your only pressing and letting go for a quick action, but for any game that requires you to hold down the bumpers you will constantly have to be conscious about holding them down hard enough.
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